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Emergency Medicine Faculty Physician - The University of Tennessee Health Science Center and UT Regi

Employer
AMN Healthcare
Location
Memphis, TN
Closing date
Mar 25, 2023

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Specialty / Focus
Emergency Medicine
Position Type
Faculty / Teacher
Practice Setting
Hospital / Health System
Hours
Full-Time
The University of Tennessee Health Science Center and UT Regional One seek a full-time Emergency Medicine Physician to join our team as Assistant Professor and Physician. The successful candidate will be part of the clinical faculty with an effort in teaching, leadership, innovation, and clinical science in Emergency Medicine. The ideal candidate has completed an ACGME-accredited Emergency residency and is ABEM board-eligible or board-certified. An ultrasound, EMS, or education background is a plus.

Opportunity Highlights
  • UT has the only emergency residency program in Western Tennessee
  • Work trauma and medicine ER
  • Clinical faculty with an effort in teaching, leadership, innovation, and clinical service in Emergency Medicine (90% clinical/10% academic)
  • Work at the only Level I trauma center within 150 miles
  • Assistant Professor faculty appointment
  • 12-hour shift/13 shifts per month - earn extra compensation for working more than 13 shifts per month

Community Information - Enjoy No State Income Tax in Memphis, TN
Memphis ranks among mid-size cities with the lowest cost of living in the country. Rich in history and culture, Memphis boasts a revitalized and historic downtown bustling with retail, award-winning restaurants, breweries, nightlife, and family activities. It is home to a world-renowned music, theater, and arts scene, as well as exciting sports events with an NBA team, multiple colleges, AA baseball, and professional USL soccer. The extensive Mississippi Riverfront provides endless outdoor activities, including hiking, fishing, and boating.
  • A top city to live in Tennessee ( US News & World Report ) - Population of 1.4 million in the metro area
  • Tennessee is a Best Place to Practice 2022 ( Medscape )
  • No state income tax
  • Pleasurable year-round weather, beautiful parks, the Mississippi River, and plenty of??
  • lakes and trails
  • Easy access to the Ozark Mountains for outdoor recreation
  • Growing local economy?and some of the best public schools in the state
  • Diverse, welcoming community and family-friendly activities
  • Robust sports town

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